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I am a 3 person family with daughter being primary passenger but wife will ride once a month. Therefore, the 2 passenger pioneer would work for me, plus, my girls are small. However, im wondering if the longer term resale and other benefits of the 4 seater should make me think harder about 4 instead. Hate to spend the extra dollars but, for 4 passenger seating it isnt bad
 

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I've fit 6 in my "4" seater. great for friends and family that might be visiting.

I'd say if any of the above is possible and you can splurge. Go for it.
 
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Thats a personal call. I fit three in my P-2 all the time and am happy with it. However most of the time I am alone or with one passenger so the 2 seater is good for me. If my kids where still at home I would not think twice about paying extra for the 4-P if affordable.
 

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I almost bought the p2. I thought if anyone wants to ride they can sit in the bed. SURE glad I got the 4.
 

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I too was going to get the P2 but glad I got the P4 no regrets.

I would think that the extra you pay for the P4 should hold its value above a P2 in resale.
 

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I went with the 2. Partially for money. Rather spend the extra $1700 on accesories. Partially because i don't like the way the 4 looked. Sorry everyone. Personal preference.
 

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One selling point for me on the 4 seater besides the extra seats, is the roll cage and side nets. I do a camping trip a couple times a year that requires everything to be hauled in by atv. I've gotten to where I take a lot of stuff. last time I had to make two trips on a 4 wheeler. We had an 80lb pig and spit to haul too. With the roll bars over the bed, I can fit a lot more stuff and have plenty of tie down points.
 

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I went with the 2 also, for the $, & for the looks, rear bars in the way of the bed. My sons are out of the house, no grand kids yet, TOP REASON is prob in a couple years and I'll be able to tell my wife we need to trade it in for a 4 seater "for the grand kids " (you have to plan ahead haha)
 

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I do not see any advantage to the 2 seater other than price.
 

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I got a two seater because I have a farm with cattle and I thought the roll cage may get in the way of hauling stuff in the bed like a roll of hay
 

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Other than the price the 4 seater is the way to go . Your daughter can see more if your just riding around and if you want to put something big in the bed about 20 mins and you can take the rollcage off the rear unless you have it wired up like mine and moose's and a few others out there. My daughter loves it in the back she is always looking around and she says its better than the jeep cause she can see more
 

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It's really going to depend on the area. In my area they are getting used mainly for work so the 2 seat model is selling better than the 4 seat model. A couple hour drive to the next dealer where there is some recreational trails the 4 seat model is selling better than the 2 seat. I don't think you will get hurt on either one when it comes to resale though.
 

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It's really going to depend on the area. In my area they are getting used mainly for work so the 2 seat model is selling better than the 4 seat model. A couple hour drive to the next dealer where there is some recreational trails the 4 seat model is selling better than the 2 seat. I don't think you will get hurt on either one when it comes to resale though.
Resell im keeping it till it falls apart lol
 
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